Preseason - January 15 - Corinthians

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i dont think so, no one has the rights to this tournament here in the usa. i only see it being listed in brazil and other countries. IIRC they used to show it on espn deportes but not anymore. we legit may not see any of the games of preseason, not one.
quick google search seems like facebook is exclusive stream in latin american countries and beIN sports is exclusive for europe. haven't been able to find anything for north american market. I'm just hoping the club will be able to stream something off their twitter or website like they did for last year's preseason games.
 

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i dont think so, no one has the rights to this tournament here in the usa. i only see it being listed in brazil and other countries. IIRC they used to show it on espn deportes but not anymore. we legit may not see any of the games of preseason, not one.
Last season's games are currently available on Florida Cup's facebook page (if you scroll far enough down), so we might get lucky that way.
 
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Lol.
I've been doing it for years. If you know how to do it properly, especially with proper ad blocking, you avoid that. I've not gotten malware in 4+ years, and it makes finding a game a lot easier
This may be me getting old, but do you know how to get past all the clicks and newly open tabs and having to allow notifications etc.? Do you just accept them and disable them afterwards?
 

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This may be me getting old, but do you know how to get past all the clicks and newly open tabs and having to allow notifications etc.? Do you just accept them and disable them afterwards?
It's a matter of knowing exactly where to click. There are fake Xs and real ones. Sometimes the real ones only show up after 10 seconds. Only way to know is experience or use a media center app or the like that takes the stream directly without the browser ads. That being said, using an app can be a lot harder cause sometimes the ads will activate the stream.

Hopefully we won't have to jump through hoops to watch.
 

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This may be me getting old, but do you know how to get past all the clicks and newly open tabs and having to allow notifications etc.? Do you just accept them and disable them afterwards?
If you use the right ad blocker (i use u block origin) you never hve to really worry about that as the popups just get blocked.
Also, if you use soccerstreams.net, they usually tell you beforehand approx. how many clicks / windows there are before the link... also, if you use acestream (look it up, it's awesome) you can do peer-to-peer streaming which is on a special player (similar to vlc player) and you just input the acestream link. No malware there!
 

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If you use the right ad blocker (i use u block origin) you never hve to really worry about that as the popups just get blocked.
Also, if you use soccerstreams.net, they usually tell you beforehand approx. how many clicks / windows there are before the link... also, if you use acestream (look it up, it's awesome) you can do peer-to-peer streaming which is on a special player (similar to vlc player) and you just input the acestream link. No malware there!
Haha.... peer-to-peer..... while you’re watching the match, your computer is probably mining bit-coin for some group in south-east Asia.